Stacey Abrams is campaigning for Terry McAuliffe at Black Churches in Norfolk. Stacey Abrams lost the Georgia gubernatorial election in 2018 by a tiny margin and has used this defeat to settle herself as a voting rights advocate.
Stacey Abrams Is All About Voting Rights
Stacey Abrams endorsed McAuliffe in churches like the Faith Deliverance Christian Center and the Second Calvary Baptist Church. She had also touted her religious sentiments as she was the daughter of the pastors. She stated that she was the daughter of two pastors. She said this while she was at the Second Calvary Baptist Church.
The Pastor from the same church, Geoffrey Guns, wore a black shirt that had the words VOTE printed on it. He preached to everyone the importance of the Virginia gubernatorial election.
The pastor at the Faith Deliverance Christian Center told Stacey that they can now see the plan made by God. The loss that she faced in 2018 at Georgia made her start working for voting rights, which in turn has made her a significant figure in America.
Stacey Abrams stated that she once believed that church and politics should not be mixed but was convinced by her mother that church always has politics embedded in itself. Her father added that the Bible was one of the most intense political documents ever written.
Voting is considered to be an act of faith and that the citizens should do their jobs well.
McAuliffe made his appearance in several churches and later started joining Stacey at outdoor campaign events.
Stacey Abrams and her messages echoed that of VP Kamala Harris, who urged parishioners to vote in a video that will be played during morning services in more than 300 Black churches throughout Virginia until Election Day.